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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
VAC.F. TWO. mo:v. .11 m; a. io7. wo n I d Classified Advertisements! oP 1 ri iiri.r wanted. iiKLP WANTED If Unit is your crying nerd, a want nil In The Evening Citizen's want column will assure you of plenty of employes. tt AVI ICO. WANTKD Four gentlemanly boys Hi the Alvaradu hotel to act as lull boys. WANTED Situation as child's nurse. Apply nt the Le Veta, room 7. Miss Louise Hitchcock. WANTED Situation as storekeeper or clerk. Formerly receiving clerk for Canadian I'acitic P.. It. Co. Ad dress .1. T., enre Citizen. WANTED Hoarders by tile week in private family; also have a nicely furnished room for rent. Apply Mr. Jobson,305 North Edith. WANTED Gentleman! second hand clothing. No. 61 i South First treet, south of viaduct. Send ad dress and will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. WANTED 1'eople who want some thing, to advertise In The Citizen's want column. A few lines cost but a few cents but bring returns an hundred fold W'ANTELi Position us JoD composl tor In good office. First class man. Don't drink and can give best of references. Man of family. Would prefer to work under contract. Write L. W. Gray, Morgan City, La. State salary when writing. WANTED To buy five teams or ten single driving horses; must be sound and city broke. Bring ani mals to Clarion's stable, rear of 712 West Tijeras avenue, between 11 a. m and 2 p. m., and after 5 o'clock p. m. JIKX WANTED. MEN WANTED Somewhere every day. If you are looking for a Job put a want ad In The Evening Cltl len's want column and It will do the rest. IUII KENT. FOH KENT Three rooms for light housekeeping. 408 North Second street. FOR RENT Sleeping rooms, house keeping rooms and tent. 413 South Broadway. FOR RENT Nice, airy front room, on first floor; everything modern; ! food location. Apply 418 South Third street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, two blocks south of postofflce; with or without board. Mrs. T. John ston, 607 South Second street. FOR RENT Newly furnished out- aide rooms, modern bath, half lock from Railroad avenue. The Granada," 114 M North Second street. FOR RENT Pleasant, well-furnlshed rooms, near business center; rates reasonable. Corner Sixth and Railroad. Apply at rear. FOR RENT Dining room and kitchen, all furnished, at Jemez Hot Springs; good opportunity for a couple of first-class people; none other wanted. J. B. Beock, Perea, N. M. FOR RENT Nice, airy, furnished rooms, with modern bath, by the day or week; all outside rooms; ' one one-half block east of the Al i varado hotel; everything new. Highland Hotel, 204 E. Railroad avenue. FOR KENT Light, airy well-furnished rooms for rooming or light housekeeping. All rooms open ing on the outside. Price, $1 per week and up. Minneapolis House, 624, South Second. A, T. Devore, f Proprietor. EMPLOYMENT. EMPLOYMENT If you need work The Citizen's want column will fur nish you a quick and ready means of securing it at a minimum ex penditure. Put a want ad in The Citizen today and be at work tomor row. FOR R.L- rOR SALE Fine Chlckerlng Bros. piano, very cheap. Apply upstair over Futrelle's furniture store evenings, between 6 and 7:30. FOR SALE Household furniture, cookingfi utensils, etc.; all first- class, being used less than four months; very cheap. Apply 307 North Sixth street, any time FOR SALE One seven-room new brick house, furnished complete, fine water, two acres good farm land close In, all fenced, outhouses and barn. Address "for sale" this office. FOl'ND. FOUND Through the want column of The Evening Citizen, Just what you have been looking for. An advertising source sure to bring re turns for small expenditure. Try a want ad and be convinced. -OST. LOST Anything you lose except your reputation Is sure to be found by a want ad in rne citizen s want col umn. MONEY LOST. MONET LOST Every day in the year by advertising the wrong way. A Citizen want ad is money saved and results assured. Send In your want ad today. EUREKA! Tea. I Have Found it at Last. Found what? Why that Chamber lain's Salve cures eczema and all manner of Itching of the skin. I have been afflicted for man;- years with skin disease. I had to get up three or four times every night and wash with cold water to allay the terrible Itching, but since using this salve in December, 1906, the itching ha stopped and has not troubled me. fc-lder John T. ongley, Kootvllle, Pa. For sal j by all druggists. o HAIR DRESSER ATP CTTJROPO DIST. Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors, No 209 West Railroad avenue, is pre pared to give thorough scalp treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corns. bunions and ingrowing nails. She gives massage treatment and man! curing. Mrs. Bambini's own prepara tion of complexion cream builds ur the skin and Improves the complex' lon and Is guaranteed not to be In Jurtous. She also prepares a hat tonie that cure and prevents dan druft and hair falling out; retor Ufa to dead hair; remove mole wart and superfluous hair. Also i face powder, a freckle cure and pint pi cur and pile cure. All of these preparations are purely vegetable compounds. Have Just added a 1 brator machine for treatment ol scaJp, face and cure of wrinkle. It Is also used for rheumatism, pain nd massage. i o i . DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are uneoualed for Backache, weak kidney, inflammation of the bladder and all urinary troubles. A week's! .u ,1 1 PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs Horses, Wagons and other Chattel also on SALARIES AND WARS HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low as 111 and as high as $200, Loan an quickly made and strictly prlvat Time: One month to one year given Good remain in your possession Our rate are reasonable. Call and ee us before borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship ticket to and from ' part of the world. Room I and 4, Grant Bldg. 303 H West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAWYERS. Irs ML Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW, II F.8t N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions land patents, copyrights, caveat letter patents, trade marks, claim It. W. I. Bryan. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albuquer que, N. M. Office, First National Bank building. E. W. Dobnon. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlee Cromwell block, Albuquerque. N. M DENTISTS. DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2 and 2, Barnett building over O'Rlelly's drug store. Photn No. 744. Appointments made by mat. Edmund J. Alirer. D. D. K. No. 306 Railroad avenue. Offlc hours, 9 a. m to 12:30 p. m.; l:lf p. m. to 6 p. m. Both phones. Ap pointments made by mall. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Occidental Life Building. Tele phone 880. Albuquerque, N. M. DR. It. L. UVSl. Office, -8, N. T. Armijo BIdg. Tuberculosis treated with High Frequency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given eacb day from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse In attendance. Both phone. DRS. lmONSOX & imONSON, Homeopaths. Over Van' Drug Store. 'Phon cilice ana resiaence, Z8. DR. K .1. PI ITIMV Physician and Surgeon. Office over Vann Drug Store. Office hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to S, and 7 to 8 p. m. Phones, office 441, residence 695. DR. J. N. WARNER. V. S. When your animals are sick you need a good veterinary surgeon. Ca' up the old reliable. Phone No. 643. DR. 8. L. Itl RTON. Physician and Surgeon. Albuquerque, N. M. Highland office, 610 South Walter street. New 'phone 1030. t'XDERTAKEJl BORDERS ARCHITECTS IT- W. Rnenrer. Rooms 41.47 Rar. nett building, Albuquerque, N. M Both phones. NOT ART PUBLIC. Trios. K. D. Maddlson. Office with W. B. Childers, 111 West Gold avenue. FORT BAYARD, N. MAY 1, 1907. Sealed proposals in triplicate for sinking and walling a brick well 16 feet In diameter. 45 feet deep, at this post, will be received here until 11 a. m., June 1. and then opened. Information furnished on application. United States reserves right to accept or reject any or all proposals. En velopes containing proposals snould be endorsed "Proposals for Well" and addressed to Capi. S. P. Vestal, Ouar termaster. He llrc-d the Stick. "I have llred the walking stick Ive carried over forty years, on account of a sore that resisted every kind of treatment, until I tried Rucklen'f Arnica Salve; that nun healed the sore and made me a happy man writes John Garrett, of North Mills, N. C. Guaranteed for piles, burns. etc., by all dealers. Special Excursions VIA TO principal xlnt In Illinois, lima, Kan- hum, Michigan, Miiiiii-nnia, ..MlHMiiirl, North and South Dakota's and Witt cousin. Dates of sale June 15. 16, 17. 2 23. 24. 29. 3D. July 1, 2. 3. 4, 6, 6. 10 11, 12. 19, 20, and 21. Final return limit October 31st. Philadelphia and Return $59,25 Tickets on vale July 11. 12 and 13 Return limit July 23rd. By depositing this ticket and paying fl It may be extended to leave Philadelphia up to and Including July 31st. Sail Lake City and Mm $31,95 Tickets on sale June 1. 3, and 4, re turn limit thirty days from date of ale 01 KU2 Make Your Dollars Earn Money o w y THE CLEVER PERSON is the one who strikes when the iron is hot the person who knows enough to grasp an opportunity when it is at hand. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE yp Till: FAMOUS MINERAL WEALTH OF DEATH VAM.F.V IS KNOWN TO 1 VI.RY ONE. Now hive you heard of the Wild Rose .Mining District In Inyo County, California '.' Also of the 8kid"0 property purchased at a cost of t 3. nun. nan by Charles M. Schwab, cx-pre-lde-nt of tli I". S. Ste-1 Trust, and hi wealthy associate-", and which In now being operated extensively and paying dig dividends? Have you heard of the rich strikes of gold n the se properties and th lin-re-ase-d i lehne . of th" ore as greater depths nre reached. THIS PROPERTY THE shlOOO lls I 1 1 III). ) I PEN lS EltOM t.KA.ss HOOTS MOWN AND I AERY lV Till: HEM ,'s MORE M MI M ING. I ll E ll.l ROSE DIM'IIMT AMI Till) SKIIXIO KHIM lRT AND l'R EI, OF THE 4.KE YT NEVADA GOLD l.l.l.T THE REST I'ROItl EK AND THE RICHEST IN THE WORLD. But Here is How to Make Your Dollar Earn Money For You. The Skidoo Treadwell Group of Mining Claims A SECOND SKIDOO PROPOSITION $nr,r ,M:!il,r burg Mines, known to every one In the mining world. The geological formations of the Skldoo-Treadweil group are the same In every way ax those upon these rich adjoining properties. The Skldoo-Treadwe-ll group has a large iiuarts: ledge, running through the entire property, in width from 50 to Mi feet and expeised on the surface for 3,0ml fee t. Assays made at the grass roots show values of from 82 cents (the lowest) to $13 (the highest) per ton which, "in this district, means enormous values below the surface. The- Skidoo-Trendwell Mining Company, owning the .kldoo-Trea dwell group of seven full claims, has been Incorporated for 1 1.250, (inn; par value ll.nn j,er share; fully pnlil anil iion-n v'-nldi The Hoard of Directors has authorized the sale of 1 On, ain't shares at 5 cents per share to he used exclusively In development work, which has already been started. The contract has been let for a 100-foot shaft with cross cuts. When this shaft Is completed this property will show values eeiual to any in the dis trict. You may remember the Mohawk, at (Soldfield. lis stock sold at 5 cents per share during the devel opment period. The surface assays of this property showed 4 2 cents to the top less than half what the lowest assay of the Kkldoo-Treadwell shows. MOHAW K IS NOW SEI.I.INO AT I7.00 A SH RE. KEH ENTEV THIS PROPERTY SHIPPED 700.(MMI IX (iOI,l AS THE REsI'l.T til' A TWENTY l YS REN. THE LEASERS II WE ItEEl sni ;t.(MMI. 0(1(1 cash for the ten month V lea-c which they hold on Hie property. "Have You Read About the New Strike Last Sunday? The Richest Strike of All. IT IS THE OPPORTI NITY 1'OR WHICH YOE HAVE IJEKN I.OOKINti YOE CXNNOT MT'ORI) TO WAIT. EOR TIME IS .MONEY TO YOI", '-..'.-.. 1 '" NOW, here is a property sandwiched In between the richest gold properties In the mining world with plenty of water, fuel, transportation facilities and in fact, everything needed to develop a big prop erty. PI T IN A EEW IHM.EARS DRAW OCT THOCSAN Its. ' P The Skidoo-Treadwell Mining Company is offering to the small Investor, upon easy terms 100 000 shares of Its development stock nt 5 cents a share. There are but two condition to keep In mind Stock will not be sold in blocks of less than $J5. and the offer is open but THIRTY lYS for at the emi of that time the first development shaft will have been completed and the true value of the property will appear Then your opportunity will lie gone. ' We want to talk to you about this opportunity. There Is nothing of the wildcat In the proposition The property stands flatly on Its merits. It will stand investigation. We want you to investigate Call on or address THE WILLIAM H. GREER COMPANY FISCAL AGENTS, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. SUITE 2 and 4 POSTOFFICE BOX 308 CRAIGE BLOCK CHINA, WITH IVIODERN ARMY AND GREAT COillirl MENACES WHITE WORLD BRILLIANT CHIEF AT HEAD OF Yuan Shin Kal Is One of China's Greatest Modern Forces and a Court Favorite. HE ALONE KNOWS FULL STRENGTH OF ARMY Formed the New Forces. Selected Arms and Armament and En forced Discipline. Making Chi namen Equal to Best of World's Soldiers. If the Hoxer movement of today in China becomes national and pa triotic as did the affair of 100. the man upon whom the whole white world will fix Its eyea Is Yuan Shlh Kal, the great viceroy of Chill prov ince, within the borders of which lies Pekin, the capital. Yuan Shin Kal is today a bigger man than L.1 Hung Chang ever was. He has the ear of the couit and is the favorite and most respected ad viser of the dowager empress, in whose hands lies the entire govern ment of one of the greatest coun tries of the world. Has AliibillollH Toward Tllltelll'. Tins man, still in the prime of life-, has reached a very high posi tion In the Chinese government, but. let It be whispered, he has greater ambitions yet. Kz'n Tdsl. the dowager empress and one of the greatest wo men the world has ever seen. Is grow ing old. Kuang list, the emperor, Is a weakling. He has no desire In life but to be allowed to amuse him self with his toys and his harem. There Is little doubt that this scion of the sturdy Manchus. who overran the empire and seized the throne, is little better than an Idiot. When the dowager empress dies It will be easy for an ambitious man to sleite the throne from the hands of this weakling, and it is no secret in china that there are many men plotting to do so. And of them all there is no one who has a better chance than the broad-browed, deep eyed viceroy. True, the blood In his veins la not royal, but every dynasty must have Its founder. No man has done more to advance the cause of New China than has Yuan Shin Kal. Among the progres sive leaders he leads. He is the fav ored adviser of the dowager and his Influence is grt-Hler than that of the greatest of blood princes. The dow ager takes no step without consult ing him and as his ambition to wear the imperial pearl is common gossip, it is probable that the dowager looks upon this ambition with no unfriend ly eye. ' i'oriiml Nv Army. To Yuan Shin Kal was entrusted the task of forming the new army of China, and what his success has been Is attested to by every foreigner who was lucky enough to witness the great maneuvers of soldiers, armed with modern weapons and drilled in modern tactics, showed that the Chinaman can become a soldier sec ond to none in the world when prop- tiiv-trained.- . FORCES X-i ' Vi jib ar.. yi-vx sum kai and typks or his moii:i soi.niKics. himself, knows the full strength of China's modern army. Kstimaies run as high as oO.dOO. Whatever the actual number may be, one thing is certain. Yuan Shlh Kal has given to China the nucleus of a modern army which is growing in strength daily and which may soon prove a factor which the worlj will have to con sider. The first time I saw Yuan Shin Kai was at a reception given at his "yamen" at Tlen-tsin. his official resi dence, on the occasion of the birth day of the dowager empress. It was the most brilliant affair I have ever seen. In addition to the large num ber of Chinese officials present there was represented the army and navy of almost every country in the world. The rooms were ablaze with uniforms, gold lace and decorations. Hut of all those present this Chi naman was easily the most interest ing figure. Iresed in the gorgeous robes of his high office he was a most Imposing figure. He Is of medium height ami of sturdy build, without being fat. His Jaw is square, his ALBUQUERQUE VETERANS RECEIVE PENSIONS Washington. l C. June 3. The following pensions have been grant ed: I'etronllo Martinez, of Cuhe io, 1J per month from March 4. I;ni7. Ituperto Ainiijo, of Santa He. Ili per month from March 13, 1hi". iieoige A. Wagoner, of .i!buiUe-r-ciue. 12 per month from March 1. l07. Jose Pablo Salazar. of Albuuer nue. ?1J per month from March 1. 1S07. William Keagan, of Albunuereiue, 115 per month from March 6. 1HU7. John C. Hull, of Santa He, tl2 per month from March 6. 107. James Smith, of AlbuiUeniue. $12 per month from March 1. 1K07. I'oMorilcte Changes. Hollowing changes are made In postoftices : Arthur P. Clendennlng appointed postmaster at Columbus, I.Una county-New postofflce established a: Cameo. Hoosevelt county, M. A. ven appointed postmaster. THE COIjOnADO NAflOAti CO. MID ASSfltANtK SOCIETY. "An old line" Insurance company, with ample capital, solid, conserva tive, progressive. Write liberal con tract of Insurance and investment Prewitt & Prewltt, Manager, Com mercial Club building. WANTED Good men, with clean records, as agent for the Colorado National Life Assurance Company. Liberal contract and good terri tory in Net Mexico and Arizona open. Pref'ltt efc Prewltt. Mana- CHINKSK A1MTM.FHYMAN AT HIS I'llX K. HIMK IXI AM IIV Ol I K l.lt forehead broad, and from under his almost shaggy brows looks out a pair of deep set grey eyes which light up his whole countenance. The eyes are kindly but piercings-one instinc tively knows that they see everything and they give to the face an ex pression of strength, power and In telllgeiice that must be admired. LARGEST SHIPMENT OF ARIZONA CATTLE Williams. Ariz.. June 3. W. M. N'eel. of the N.-el and Hysham com pany, owning the Four-liar ranch ami cattle ranges In the Sulphur Springs valley. Kd. Moore and other cattle owners of this valley have con tracted the sale of six thousand head of cattle which are to be shipped to Colorado and the northwestern state from Wlllcox. Tills shipment will include l.Toii heifers purchased by Neel ami Hysham from the Greene Cattle company. Some of these cattle have already been shipped and the remainder wiil go forward as fast as the required cars can be secured at Willeox. Al ready there has been delay in the furnishing of cars and It is not known ust when they will be received. The delay has caused much expense to tile cattle owners. After the round up had been completed the cattle for shipment were held in pastures until the grass within the enclosures was all exhausted and now the herds are be ing hebl on the range. It Is believed that this shipment will be the largest made from the territory this year and It illustrates the importance of the cattle Industry in this section of Arizona. A prompt, pleasant, good remedy for coughs ami colds Is Kennedy' Laxative Cough Syrup. It contains no opiates and does not constipate. Children like it. Sold by J. H. O'liielly & Co. When you feel the need of a pill, take a De Witt Little Early Riser. Sold by J. H. O Rielly & Co. RrFFALO I'lXCJI AT VAXX'S BASE BALL SATl IIDAY'S OAMKS. National I.cauuc. At New York It. II. E. Hrookhn 7 Ifi 4 New York B 10 2 liatterle-s Scanlon and Itutler; Wlltse. McOinnity and Howerman. At Cincinnati; Clnclniiatl-St. Louis game postponed; rain. At Philadelphia: Philadclphla Iloston game postponed; rain. At Pittsburg: Pittsburg - Chlcngo game postponed; rain. A nii'ilca n A K-la t If in. At Toledo; Columbus-Toledo game postponed: rain. At Kansas City: Kansas City 3; Minneapolis 5. At Milwaukee: Milwaukee 6: St. Paul 10. At 1-ouisvllle: IO-ulsvllle 2; In dianapolis 2. American League. At Chicago n. II. E. Chicago 1 5 3 Detroit 0 4 2 Hatteries . . White and Sullivan Siever and Archer. At Hoston R. H. E. Poston 2 8 2 New York 0 7 1 Hatteries Young and Criger; Grif fith and Kleinow. At Washington: Washington-Philadelphia game postponed: rain. At St. Louis: St. Louis-Cleveland game postponed; rain. WeMcrn Ingiir. At Sioux City R. H. E. Sioux City 6 12 2 Lincoln 5 7 2 Hatteries Hall, Cadwallader and Spies; Cicotte and Sullivan. At Des Moines R. H. E. res Moines 4 10 0 Denver 0 5 3 Hatteries (Jehring and Yeager; Adams and Zalusky, At Omaha R. H. E. Omaha 6 8 3 Pueblo 2 8 3 HOW THEY STAMI National l-cnuue'. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 30 9 .769 New York . 2S 11 .718 Philadelphia 21 15 .583 Pittsburg 19 16 .543 Hoston 16 22 .421 Cincinnati 15 23 .395 lirooklvn 12 27 .307 St. Louis 11 29 .275 American I. en cue. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 27 12 .692 Cleveland 25 15 .625 Detroit 21 15 .583 New York 19 1 .528 Philadelphia 19 18 .514 St. Louis 16 24 .400 Hoston 13 26 .333 Washington 10 23 .. Western IxuKiie. Won. Lost. Pet. Des Moines 23 13 .639 Omaha 22 18 .550 Denver 18 15 .545 Lincoln 17 18 .486 Sioux City 18 19 .486 Pueblo 11 26 .297 SI XUAY S (iAJIKS. National lA'Hguc. At Cincinnati R. H. E. Cincinnati 0 5 t St. Louis 1 9 2 Batteries Ewing and Schlei; Bebee and Noonan. . At Chicago R. H. E. Chicago 4 8 1 Pittsburg 3 B i Hatteries Lundgren, Hrown and Kling; Leever, Smith and Gibson. American League. At St. Louis R. H. E. Cleveland 1 5 4 St. Louis 4 11 1 Batteries Bernhardt and H'emis; Howell and Stephens. At Chicago R. H. E. Chicago 3 7 0 Detroit 4 8 1 Batteries Smith and Sullivan; Eu banks, Mullin and Archer. American Association. At Kansas City: Kansas City 4; Minneapolis 2. At Milwaukee Milwaukee 5; St. Paul, 3. At Louisville: Louisville 3; In dianapolis 6. At Toledo: Toledo 5; Columbus 1. Wet-tern Ieagiie. At Omaha R- H. E. Omaha 5 8 1 Pueblo 0 l Batteries Ragan and Gonding; Hatch and Drill. At Sioux City R- H. E. Sioux City 4 11 2 Lincoln 3 11 1 At Des Moines R. H. E. Des Moines 15 12 5 Denver 5 10 7 Batteries Sporer, Miller and Yea ger; Olmstead, Engle and McDon ough. Batteries Thompson and Gonding; Fitzgerald and Smith. BLBUQUERQUE 2; SANTA FE 0 Two errors, a two-base hit and a sacrifice netted the only runs made i.. .-...,.,... i.,.. - .... ... hfiuccn Albu querque and Santa He. and gave me initial game ol tne season iu oo-... It was a pitchers'" battle from the drop of the hut, wltn i.aigauo cm 111 rubber for the locals and Lopez, the attenuated, twirling for the Ancients. Twelve of the latter walked right up. took three strikes, and walked right ulgano Jlit fur Three IUteK. out again, while Galgano occupied the bulwark, and a half dozen of the Browns did likewise under the fire of Lopez. A feature of the game was a three- is M0m but one man down and looked llke another score, but everything was a chance In yesterday's game. The next batter hit a high lly and C.al gano took the count and tried to tee-at It out. The ball was thrown true and reached the plate with the run ner. It was to near a tie that the decision of I'mplre Coombs In culling the man out might be questioned. However, his umps said that it was out, and no score was credited. santa He pushed one runner to third base but he tried to scratch a single to a two bagger and was caught at least four feet short of home. The Santa Fe team showed better form yesterday than It did at any time last year. The Browns are strong, with the exception of at third base. D Fort Wlngate and Gallup played a 2 to 1 game at the Carbon City on Decoration clay, the soldiers carrying away the honors. D Col. R. E. Twltchell, one of the most enthusiastic fans of Las Vegas, was an Albuquerque visitor yesterday and witnessed the game between Al buquerque and Santa Fe. The col onel says that the Meadow City has 'jl couple of teams that play very good ball. Shop, the angular pitcher who did such good work at the fair la-st fall. Is still In Las Vegas. FAKE FIGHTSlHAT HAVE FOUGHT (Hy .lack O'Brien.) The first time I consented to "fix" a tight and the only time I agreed to lose was In my encounter with Young Peter Jackson on Eebruary 14th, 19ou, In San Francisco. This) was really forced upon me. Being young and inexperienced I thought that even if I fought on the square 1 would get the worst of It. I had received a raw deal in my battle with Al Nell on January 6th of ihe same year. We had signed up for a twenty round battle but for same unknown reason Referee Hiram Cook stopped the encounter in the 15th round and declared the fight a draw. 1 agreed to lay down to Jackson and for It I was to receive a large sum of money, more than I would have got had I won on the level. Jackson was not taking any chances with me, however, and the articles called for my making 148 pounds. This so weakened me that when I en tered the ring I was a mere shadow of my real self. Had I been right I could easily have outpointed Jack son nml stayeil the limit. I was knocked out. That settled all chances of my getting a return match with Nell and I had to go back to the six round game In Philadelphia. This Jackson episode taught me a lesson and I saw that It was un wise to lose to anybody. 1 have al ways had the belter of any agree ments after that. Anybody by glancing over my rec ord as printed in the sporting an nuals can see that I really never lost a battle after that Jackson affair un til I got double-crossed by Burns re cently at Los Angeles. 1 except that affair with Hugo Kelly at Indian apolis. That shows that I learned my lesson mighty well In that San Fran cisco affair. I want to say right here that non-3 of my battles In England were fixed. Every one of them were on the level. Theater FISHER OPERA COMPANY CLOSESJNGAGEIUIENT The performance of "The Wizard of the Nile" Saturday night by the Fisher Opera company was enjoyed by a large audience.- The famous old opera was produced In a most ac ceptable manner and was thoroughly entertaining. The fascinating music of this piece won the audience and encores were frequent. The work of the chorus was exceptionally pleasing. George E. Mack, as the wizard, rivaled Frank Daniels, the originator of the role. By special request Mr. Mack sang "Good-bye, Presperity." in the last act. The statuesque Julia Frary was more lissom in this play than In those preceding, and her singing was as pleasing as ever. "TOO MANY WIVES" PROVES A WINNER The Casino was packed almost to its capacity last night at the first performance of "Too Many Wives," by the Manhattan Musical Comedy company. The company did not disappoint the audience. The piece put on last night was the funniest yet and kept the house In a continual hilaiious up roar. The company was at Its bet and deserved all the encores it re ceived. The play is a simple and amusing affair, affording many opportunities for character and comedy work by the players, and the mu.-ic.il num bers, cleverly introduce J, are very pleasing. Eddie Murray, in the role of tho Irish valet. Pal Flanagan, gave him self full sway. This versatile com edian Is gaining in p ipularity every day. The comic songs and parodies he sings in "Too Many Wives" are the best he has sung here. George Spaulding. as Meyer Rinks, the wealthy chemist, is right in line with himself and with the audience. Manolita tetson, as the ' much-married Irene, acts her part with char acteristic daintiness and has a few catchy songs. Her rendering of "Dearie" was very good and much applauded. Geraldine Wood, Etta Rue, Harry Icurence, Clarence Burton ami James Dillon all did as acceptable work as their parts allowed. The bevy in the choru-e feature was up to the usual standard. The bevy improves with age. yet there is no danger of it ever growing old. "Too Many Wives" will continue until Thursday night, when a m-.v piece will be produced. Ite'inarkaiile- Hcm-iic That truth is stranger than fiction, has once more been demonstrated In the little town of Fedora, Teiin., the residence of C. V. Pepper. He writes "I was In bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat. iKictors failed to help me and all hope had fled when I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery. Then instant relief came. The coughing soon ceased: the bleeding diminished rap idly, and In three weeks I was able to go to work." Guaranteed cure? for coughs and colds. 60e and II atHJ1 .ii.nL.-iw.. Trial bottl-lfr-- CXXXIOOCXXXXXXXJ